How To Build Apps On Bubble, Learn the basics to build something complex.
Hi. My name is Shane and I built the Web Application 1 on 1 Track using Bubble visual programming. Using Bubble visual programming you too can create apps in just a few weeks without any prior knowledge. This course is built to give you an introduction to understanding what you need to know about Bubble visual programming to start making your own apps. We will build some simple parts of apps that you can use to create an app of your own. The goal of this course is to give you the tools and understanding to creatively use the methods shown here to create your own app.
Why is Bubble Visual Programming so powerful?
- Build an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) in just 1 day
- Validate Ideas quickly
- Agility, change how apps work or pivot your company to new industries quickly
- Lower barrier to entry. The bubble is very easy to use and simple to understand
In this course, we will explore the basic components of:
- Data collection
- and more
We will create a variety of small apps that teach the fundamentals of creating a much larger more robust application. Using the simple techniques in this course you will be equipped to build your first MVP (Minimum viable product) and start on your path to becoming an app developer.
The world of SAAS (Software as a Service) is changing. With the introduction of visual programming and tools like Bubble the barrier to entry for learning programming is getting lower every day. It is now possible for a startup to create their Minimum Viable Product (MVP) in a matter of days instead of months. This allows for faster testing, faster changes, and the ability to be more agile in their development. It also creates a world where fewer programmers can achieve more. You don’t need to fully learn a language to be able to use it. Learning visual programming is one of the most valuable skills for startup founders today.
This bubble course explores many ways of building to ignite the imagination of the student and set them on a path to creating their own apps.